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Valentine’s Day Is Right Around The Corner And Julio Torres Has Some Ideas On What You Should Be Buying

Comedian Julio Torres has skills for picking out Christmas presents and coming up with the best Halloween costumes. So it should come at no surprise that Julio has also mastered the art of Valentine’s Day.  The “Saturday Night Live” writer appeared on “The Tonight Show” to inform Jimmy Fallon, and all of us, how to pick out the perfect perfume for that special someone on the most important and stress-inducing day of the year: Valentine’s Day.

Instead of giving chocolates or flowers on Valentine’s Day, Julio says perfumes are the best way to go. Here are some of the perfumes Torres recommends for that special somebody on the special day.

“The Silent Scream”

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For a lover that loves to sigh and never tells you what’s wrong no matter how many times you ask. All you can do is wait for the outburst.

“Should I … Okay”

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This perfume is only intended for people who want to help but don’t. You know, like when you see someone drop something and act like you are going to do something but stay where you are.

“Brofume”

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The busted GatorAde bottle is a nice touch that really let’s you know who this is intended for.

“But Who Is SHE”

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“It’s inspired by your uncle’s new wife.” Nuff said.

“ALL CAPS”

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This perfume is made for moms on Facebook and we love them so much for their enthusiasm. Might as well get them something to thank them on Valentine’s Day.

“FLOTUS Whisper”

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It’s kind of like Gretchen Wieners’ hair but it is only full of Melania Trump’s secrets. Things like, her longing to be rescued and that kind of stuff.

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Melissa Villaseñor Basically Channeled Dolly Parton On SNL And It’s Perfection

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Melissa Villaseñor Basically Channeled Dolly Parton On SNL And It’s Perfection

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Dolly Parton is an American treasure and icon. She’s even partly responsible for the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine, which has proven to be 95 percent effective. Melissa Villaseñor finally lived out one of her dreams of being Parton on SNL’s “Weekend Update.”

Do yourself a favor and take moment to enjoy Meissa Villaseñor transforming into Dolly Parton.

SNL’s “Weekend Update” is known for their guests ranging from wildly hilarious scientists to spot-on celebrity impersonations. Villaseñor is the latest cast member to join the news desk with a celebrity impersonation so spot-on that everyone is still talking about it.

Originally, Villaseñor pretended to only be dressed in her Christmas outfit and wanted to talk about Christmas music. Host Colin Jost called her out for clearly dressing and singing like the superstar. Apparently she has been trying to get her Parton impression on the show for a while now.

Fans want to keep seeing Villaseñor imitate Parton.

Villaseñor eventually admits to being dressed like Dolly Parton after singing a couple of Christmas songs. For “Jingle Bells,” Villaseñor sang to the music of “Jolene” and even used some of the lyrics in her song. The SNL cast member went on to give Parton all kinds of props for her work to help Americans in time of need.

“Yeah, news flash. I want to be Dolly. Who doesn’t? She’s a great singer. She writes her own songs. She donated a million dollars to the vaccine. Plus, there was a news story this week that said she saved a kid from getting hit by a car. Which made me mad, because I was speeding up to hit him,” Villaseñor jokes. “I’m kidding.”

Villaseñor is known for her impressions, even being featured in a competition show for them.

SNL-alum Dana Carvey hosted a competition show called “First Impressions with Dana Carvey” from May 2016 to June 2016. The Whittier native delivered with some incredible impressions It was no surprise that she would go on to a career in comedy. SNL turned out to be a good fit for the comedian who has been able to shine on the show.

Hopefully, Villaseñor’s Dolly Parton impression goes down in SNL history.

If you haven’t watched the moment yet, go do it now. This impression is easily one of the best to ever grace the show. You can watch SNL on NBC’s free streaming platform Peacock.

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Jimmy Fallon Apologizes For Wearing Blackface In 2000 ‘SNL’ Sketch

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Jimmy Fallon Apologizes For Wearing Blackface In 2000 ‘SNL’ Sketch

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Jimmy Fallon is the latest celebrity to face consequences from blackface clips resurfacing. The talk show host and comedian is facing backlash after a clip of him on “Saturday Night Live” impersonating Chris Rock in blackface resurfaced.

A 20-year-old clip of Jimmy Fallon in blackface on “SNL” impersonating Chris Rock.

The clip is circulating on social media and has sparked a debate over cancel culture and blackface in our society. The comedian is the latest in a line of prominent people that have had to apologize for offensive images of them in blackface resurfacing. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and fellow comedian Sarah Silverman have also apologized publicly for moments of blackface in their past.

Fallon owned up to the incident and tweeted an apology.

People have come to Fallon’s defense since the video has resurfaced. One of those people is Jaime Foxx.

“He was doing an impression of Chris Rock. It wasn’t black face [sic],” Foxx commented on an E! News Instagram post. “We comedians, I know it’s a tough time right now. But this one is a stretch. On a show called ‘In Living Color’ we played every race. Let this one go. We got bigger fish to fry … #changecourse.”

The revelation of Fallon in blackface brought a clip of Jimmy Kimmel in blackface to light.

Fallon fans are calling on social media to give Kimmel a similar treatment because of his own example of blackface for comedic appeal. Kimmel’s blackface incident hasn’t caused as big of a reaction as Fallon’s.

Social media users are in a fierce debate over what Fallon’s fate should be in the time of cancel culture.

Blackface has a long and documented history of oppression in the United States. The practice of blackface dates back to the 1830s in the U.S. and it later caught on in Britain. Blackface was usually used in minstrel shows that would play on stereotypes of Black people and helped in the proliferation of racism and prejudice.

Some people are trying to make whiteface a thing but Twitter users are not having it.

Critics are quick to differentiate blackface from whiteface because of their historical context. While blackface has a direct link to racism, slavery, and Jim Crow, whiteface is different according to critics. Whiteface does not build itself on racism, oppression, and racial segregation.

What do you think about the Jimmy Fallon blackface clip?

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